Interesting Eclipse Effect - Everywhere!

Started May 21, 2012 | Discussions thread
Grogly Contributing Member • Posts: 578
This effect is essentiallyl making a pinhole camera lens...

that images the eclipse on whatever surface the light falls on.

I noted this effect years ( 1980) ago during my thermodynamics class in graduate school. We poked a hole in the classroom shade and watched the eclipse that was happening at the same time as my professor lectured. It was the most interesting lecture hour of that entire semester's thermodynamics classes (detested the subject and the professor) and the professor never new what was going on.

Cool pictures!
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